Mountain bike or roadie

Discussion in 'Next Generation' started by rtd131, Dec 20, 2007.

  1. rtd131

    rtd131 New Member

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    Hey i was just wondering how many of you guys are roadies and how many of you guys mountain bike?
     
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    I have a road bike :)
     
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    Both...... why should one limit ones self. :D
     
  6. rtd131

    rtd131 New Member

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    Personally, I prefer mountain biking. I think there is more adventure in mountain biking, and it's more adrenaline fueled
     
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    Road bike. I like to go long distances and just kind of contemplate as I ride, which I find mountain biking requires too much attention for.
     
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    i just ride...but i do all my riding on a mountain bike. i can't afford more than one, so it has to be the most versatile i can get.
     
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    Roadie.
     
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    this thread is dead but what the heck...ROADIE!! and i used to be a die hard mountain biker so i know the best of both worlds. i d still be mt biking too but sadly my dad confiscated my mt bike when he found out I was not in fact cruising the trails behind our house but instead hitting the black trails an hour away. i came home one day after having bitten off just a tad more than I could chew and there was just no way I could pass oozing gashes and a permacoat of bruises as me having fallen off the bike riding gravel community trails.

    BTW I hear no mention of that other category...where are the TRACKIES! I luv you guys but I cant call myself one of you because as of yet I have no track bike. That will change soon though!

    HAHA no one will ever read this but thats ok
     
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    I'm definitely a roadie.
     
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    I am more of a roadie. I think the mountains are for hiking not biking. But good for those who love doing it.
     
  14. moneyman

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    I prefer road bike since they are most likely lighter to paddle having thinner tires and lighter frame.
     
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    What about asking some girls?
    I am more of a mountain cycling. I adore mountains and everything they represent. I hate boring flat roads, no excitement there. I love to tire myself and i love how my adrenaline works when I ride downhill.
     
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    Roads & trails
    Road bike & a 29er with big touring tyres for the park type double track maintained dirt/gravel trails.
     
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    I do both, but I haven't done mountain biking in a long time, I've been stuck in the city currently, hopefully I can go back next month.
     
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    Both, but I use my bike most of the time in city don't have a time for mountain biking. Going out for mountain biking it's looks like a seasonal occasion for me.
     
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